Landmark Location: West of Suleiman's chair (Dar al-Hadith al-Sharif) is located to the south, northeast of Al-Aqsa Mosque, and east of the corner of the Rock’s north-eastern nave.
Landmark Location relative to Dome of the rock: Northeast Dome of the Rock.
Landmark History: Twentieth century.
Reason of the name: Because of its semi-cylindrical shape.

Details of the shape:
-Built in a circle.
-High ground, small area, newly built.

An Overview of the Landmark:
A semi-cylindrical or circular terrace is located west of Suleiman's chair (Dar al-Hadith) towards the south, northeast of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and the eastern corner of the Rock’s Northeastern nave. Modern construction built in the twentieth century, took its name from the circular or
semi-cylindrical shape. It is high on the ground with narrow space.